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    Decided to fit a swirl pot all parts on order. 1st part to arrive fuel pump. Fitted it this morning. http://forum.wscc.co.uk/forum/index.php/gallery/image/1013-swirl-tank-instalation-pump/
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    The Sensuous (and Smart) Wife "Have you ever seen a £20 note all crumpled up?"...the woman asked her husband. " No"...said her husband. She gave him a sexy little smile, unbuttoned the top 3 or 4 buttons of her blouse...and slowly reached down into the cleavage created by a soft, silky push-up bra...and pulled out a crumpled £20 note He took the crumpled £20 note from her ...and smiled approvingly. "Have you ever seen a £50 note all crumpled up?"... she then asked her husband? "Uh...no, I haven't" ...he said (with an anxious tone in his voice). She gave him another sexy little smile, pulled up her skirt, and seductively reached into her tight, sheer panties... and pulled out a crumpled £50 note He took the crumpled £50 note... and started breathing a little quicker with anticipation. "Now" ...she said. "Have you ever seen £50,000 all crumpled up?" "No way" ...he said (while obviously becoming even more aroused... and excited). She said......... "Well go look in the garage!"
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    You need to torque up the bottom ball joint and the drag link with the car up in the air. Why you would want to put the weight of the car without these being tight? Like you say always undo the nuts before breaking the joint if it would just spin the tapered shaft if the nut is tight on the thread. I bet that was funny when you did that but the way round it is put the taper shaft back in its home to stop the shaft from turning then undo the nut. Terry
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    Well done to Gary, Dave E at al for all their hard work - the stand looked good and I counted 26 Westfields (plus one VX220!)
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    Meakin, how can you tell Matt not to get under a car on a jack in the same post as telling him to jack the car up and loosen the sump plug? Matt, get a set of axle stands like THESE, you'll use them time and time again. If you need a hydraulic jack THIS is the expensive one, the same as we got a few years ago in a huge bilk buy. If you don't want to spend that much look at THIS Over the next year or two you'll be spending money on tools. Halfords sell good value for money spanners and socket sets. However, the Machine Mart tools are also GVF. You'll probably need AF (Across Flats) as well as Metric. Please do not try and use the wrong spanners, you'll round off the hexagon head and then will not be able to get the bolt/nut off. These look good HERE. As does THIS socket set. You'll also need a few screwdrivers (flat and cross point) and a few pairs of pliers. That will get you started, the rest can come as you need it. Only word of warning is not to tackle things like brakes without a lot of advice and just use common sense. I'm aware lots of members think I'm a over cautious about these thing but no one can pass years of experience (apart from a formal apprenticeship 50 years ago) over a forum. The experienced will see and do things without thinking about it which you may miss. However, having said that a lot of it is common sense, Any doubts, just ask and don't feel you're being a fool. I couldn't build a house with or without advice and I'm not ashamed to admit that.
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    yes that's one of mine bare with me and i'll see if i can log in to work to access the site plans else I'll have to wait till i'm back at work on Wednesday.
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    Oh oh Feughside inn is closed ....... Aboyne has a place near the loch they use for water sking I'll see if I can find out .
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    You've been using DFS sales tactics, haven't you Norman.
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